Yesterday, our very own Robert Schlesinger discussed SarahPAC, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's new political action committee. Says Schlesinger: PACs are "a fairly common (the Center for Responsive Politics counted 340 of them in the last election cycle) vehicle for pols who want to play on a national stage. Obama had one, as did Hillary Clinton, and all of the leaders of both parties." In addition to her new PAC, reports came out recently that she's shopping around for a book deal. What are Palin's plans for the future? Is she laying the groundwork for a bid for Congress? Or even the presidency? Post your thoughts.
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